Monthly Archives: April 2013

Fable of the Bees

A poem by anon ymous. Paint me the sky. I want to remember the fable of the bees after Dow Chemical, after Monsanto and Bayer, after herbicides chased us into the monastery to survive. You told it to me the … Continue reading

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Rersults: Very Bitter

A Poem by Dorci Drom Going through Tianxin’s unlimited stream of strikes, seventeen fangs Zhen Ji and hundreds of searching crews. Just left the floor, the human body with a towering Linshao of Qi, hit by something– Monsanto poisons, Dow’s … Continue reading

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o’Muerta orange

A Poem by Devlin De La Chapa Lovers push then parish two-folds flashing flesh eyes spring open my gun metal slit grazes your holy clit I weep, hideously salted saliva imitate tears baring bad fruit o’ Muerta orange somewhere somehow, … Continue reading

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Ex Gratia

A Poem by Jon Freeland For Michael H. Brownstein “Monsanto” I was not there – chances are, neither were you. Chances are, those who were are here no longer. “Ah, but also no shorter!” is the hastily copy-pasted reply, a … Continue reading

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